ArtsEd Day School and Sixth Form is seeking an English Teacher to join our strong, successful and supportive English department.
We seek an individual who will provide our students with the confidence to develop their knowledge, understanding and skills in English from Year 7 through to sitting public examinations. Our pupils seek to fulfil their potential in an environment where they can work with support and understanding, and yet be challenged and extended.
ArtsEd Day School and Sixth Form is the leading performing arts school in the UK. We are committed to fully developing the academic, vocational and personal potential of our pupils and we strive to ensure that our curriculum is modelled on current best practice. We believe that the balance of academic study, creative arts training and performance opportunities helps to develop self-discipline together with a strong sense of responsibility. Our pupils and staff relish challenges and work tirelessly to achieve the very highest standards. Small class sizes and a staff of well-qualified, specialist teachers underpin the excellent approach to the process of learning at all stages.
The school has a long history of success – with its pupils going on to study at conservatoires such as LAMDA, ArtsEd, Rambert, RADA, and The Royal Academy of Music, as well as Russell Group universities including Bristol, Edinburgh, and Exeter. Students also leave to follow careers in theatre, media, and the visual arts either at university or at specialist institutions. The Arts Educational Schools London is not a 'stage school,' for it has always prided itself on producing an outstanding education in which the performing arts play a central role.
Please visit our website to find out what our staff and students say about ArtsEd: what it is like to work and study here. We will soon be celebrating our centenary, and we are about to embark on a multi-million pound investment project which will give us outstanding facilities which will see us into the next 100 years and beyond. If you want to be part of our journey and this exciting project, please apply by submitting your application and a supporting statement or contact Cheryl Jarman on 0208 9876697; email firstname.lastname@example.org